Wall-E real-life version built - video
In the 2008 Pixar film of the same name, Wall-E is a robot who diligently cleans up garbage and collects trinkets.
Mike Senna in California has reportedly spent 25 hours a week over the past couple of years dedicating himself to the project of bringing the character to life.
His remote-controlled creation can move and wave like Wall-E in the animated feature.
Senna previously worked on a real-life R2-D2 in 2002.
The YouTube video showing off his Wall-E has attracted 50,000 hits so far.
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